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Law West and East of Privilege Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, Nov. 17:
* A Creep from Pipe Creek remains a guest of the X Bar Inn on account of his accumulating a quantity of felony charges that include manufacture and deliver of more than 400 grams of a Penalty Grade 1 controlled substance, tampering with or fabricating evidence, possession of chemicals used to make meth and mere misdemeanor possession of pot.
* A Bad-Tempered Banderan spent a couple of hours in the slammer due to a multitude of offenses such as assaulting a public servant, failing to identify himself, being pie-eyed in public, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Tuesday, Nov. 18:
* A court ordered that a Vixen from Van Ormy be picked up on a felony charge and so she was.
* A San Antonio Slug remains confined to the county can after he was nicked for a misdemeanor warrant that may eventually revoke his probation.
Wednesday, Nov. 19:
* Well this 19-year-old Cowboy Capital Criminal is certainly starting life off on the right foot - NOT!!! He's been busted for felony burglary of a building. But, on the bright side, for him at least, he didn't spent too much time behind bars for his transgression.
* On the other hand, a Bandera Bad Girl - certainly old enough to know better - is still languishing behind lock and key for attempting a trifecta of either boosting things worth more than $50, but less than $500 or bouncing rubber checks. She also got pinched for having an outstanding traffic warrant and for failing to appear, to boot.
* Felony warrants from an outside agency appear to have put the kibosh on the good times of a couple of Pipe Creeps - for a day or two, at least.
Thursday, Nov. 20:
• I don't know about you, but I think once you reach the rather ripish age of 61 years, your days of doing criminal mischief should be well behind you, fella! However, that's just my opinion, I could be wrong.
• A Mope from Medina apparently failed to hold his likker in public.
• Failing to appear proved to be the undoing of a Bandera Blockhead. As they say, bubbah, if you can't do the time ... Well, you git my drift.
Friday, Nov. 21:
• A Pipe Creek Cretin remains confined to the calaboose 'cause he not only failed to appear way back when, but, probably more recently, he resisted arrest. A word of advice, at a certain point, the arrest is going to happen so what exactly is the point of resisting?
• John Law finally caught up with a local yokel who purportedly failed to see the point of adhering to the suggestions of previous courts.
• Once again, a felony warrant from an outside agency proved the undoing of a Lawbreaker from Lakehills who remains in the quod for his disobedience.
• Not surprisingly, a Lush from Lakehills was picked up for a first DWI.
• While one of his compatriots found himself in hot water - not to mention, JAIL - for failing to ID.
Sunday, Nov. 23:
• There was a Hard Drinker from Helotes, who got behind a wheel and was busted for a first DWI, but he didn't stay incarcerated for long. Yeah, I know, it's a BAD LIMERICK!